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Poems by Megan Kitching

Ordered by most recent inclusion in Tarot

Swept Away

As I walk by the insomniac sea,under sandbags washed white by an avalanche tide, the ledgeof beach incrementally slender, I

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Walking, and the wind skimmingswallow-low at my ankles peeled away the smoking sand.Furled in gusts of mineral light like braided,

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The pylon is a skymarkof this gridlocked world:rain coming down,metal mortised into cloudwelding the weather to the beaten ground. And

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Bell Curve

The shape of afternoon: tī kōuka billow brown,blooming ice-cream cones on an hourglass sky a trickle in time, when a

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